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SOURCE: drivers footwell full of water ( not flood damage )

check the drain tube outlet on the bottom of the car, that drains the AC. It could have become plugged. If that fails to clear up the problem, then you'll have to check the heater core... But you would be smelling coolant.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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SOURCE: water in footwell on renault clio 2004

my brother-in-law had this same problem with his truck and we fixed it with clear sylicone all the way around the windshild and almost all of the firewall. sence we did that he has not had any more water problems.

Posted on Apr 15, 2010

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SOURCE: Seat Alhambra 1996 1.9L water leak drivers footwell

had same problem. it was the water pipe to the rear washer. there is a joint in the pipe beside the door sill. lift the carpet, re attach, job done in 2 mins!

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